Kyiv: The Indonesian authorities will not disclose data from the voice recorder, which was in the cabin of Lion Air, crashed in the waters of Jakarta. This is reported by the local media.
"The Indonesian authorities do not plan to provide public information about the contents of the recorder from the cabin of the crashed Lion Air aircraft," said in a statement.
It is known that the voice recorder is the second black box that can provide information about the latest actions of the pilot.
“The recording should be cleaned from extraneous sounds that interfere with the transcription. It may take one or two weeks because it was noisy inside the cabin,” said Sozercanto Tyahjono, Chairman of the Committee for the Safety of Means of Transport.
We recall that Indonesians found a voice recorder in the cabin of Lion Air almost 2 months after the Boeing Co 737 MAX crashed in the waters of Jakarta and killed 189 people.